3245 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Join us for a Valentine's celebration of craft making, specialty cocktails, and a 50% off art sale.
50% OFF SALE ON ALL ART AND PRODUCTS
Excluding online sales and artwork included in the Lance-scape Architecture exhibition.
Need to make a unique Valentine for that special someone or for your beautiful self?
Come stitch, stencil, collage, and make a personal Valentine's Day keepsake with CE Visual Arts Instructor, Amanda Eicher in a fun drop-in workshop from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Stop by early, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm to enjoy a complimentary cocktail made by San Francisco's very own Trick Dog Bar. Creativity Explored will also be selling the new cocktail menu book based on the Trick Dog Mural Project, the proceeds of which benefit Creativity Explored and Precita Eyes.
Plus, all day there will be sweets to snack on and mimosas to sip on.
Be sure to enter the raffle with a gift prize that is worth over $100.
50% Off Art Sale
Saturday, February 11, 2017
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Specialty Cocktails served by Trick Dog Bar
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Make your own Valentine Workshop (drop-ins welcome)
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Free and open to the public.
Adults and kids welcome!
3245 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Join us for a one-of-a-kind visual journal workshop led by artist and instructor, Michael Napper.
Weaving together journaling and art, this class offers participants a unique opportunity to explore a variety of techniques in drawing, painting, printing, collaging, and more. This three-month workshop will leave you with a new understanding of the intersections between imagination and making, sharpened observational skills, and a newfound love of journaling. Plus, studio artists Gerald Wiggins and Joseph “JD” Green will assist via their artistic expertise.
No prior knowledge or skills required (ages 15 and over).
The Art of Visual Journaling
February 4, 2017 through April 15, 2017 (6 sessions, first and third Saturdays)
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Fees and Materials
$150 full 6-session course; $30 drop-in per class
- Must bring your own journal or sketchbook, no smaller than 8 x 10 inches. Heavy paper recommended. (Journals also can be purchased at Creativity Explored.)
Space is limited! Please call or e-mail email@example.com to reserve your place in the class.
You will walk away with:
A sketchbook of your very own drawings, collages, written and drawn observations
A collaborative experience with artists who have developmental disabilities
A set of new art making skills including: printing, painting, stamp-making, and monotyping
New ways of observing and recording the world including particular methods of sketching, writing, data collecting, and collaging
A deeper exploration of one’s own artistic abilities
Class 1 (Saturday February 4, 2017): Introduction to Creative Journaling & Experimentation
Class 2 (Saturday February 18, 2017): Painting, Group Activities, & Wordplay
Class 3 (Saturday March 4, 2017): Interview with a Younger & Older Self
Class 4 (Saturday March 18, 2017): Collage, A Walk through the Mission, and A Visit by a Book Artist
Class 5 (Saturday April 1, 2017): Printmaking Techniques and Stamps
Class 6 (Saturday April 15, 2017): Book as Sculptural Objects and Self Publishing
Michael Napper is a visual artist, painter, and photographer. He has been making visual journals for the past 35 years. Utilizing a variety of techniques, Napper melds together an assortment of diverse mediums and ideas into his creative journaling practice. Through his process-based work, Napper finds the freedom to experiment without fear, examines the personal and the past, connects disciplines, and fosters growth between himself and his surroundings.
Join us for a one-of-a-kind visual journal workshop led by artist and instructor, Michael Napper. Weaving together journaling and art, this class offers participants a unique opportunity to explore a...
Don't miss this annual celebration to benefit Creativity Explored.* This fun and fabulous evening includes dinner, wine, and bidding on original artwork by Creativity Explored artists and special auc...